Are you a migraine patient or not?

Do your family members have same argument on any especial event that “Not another headache!” then you must take the quiz which is given below. When migraine persists for days; it can not only stop life in its track but even could take life from you.
Migraine attacks are often mistaken for tension headaches or sinus pain. Thirty eight percent of sufferers wait three years or more before seeing the doctor. I am taking this worthy information from the research of health quiz of prevention magazine. Here i have some surprising symptoms and signs of migraines.

Quiz
1. Suspect migraine if you get headaches on rainy days. {True/False}
2. If it’s a migraine, you will probably see a constellation of lights. {True/False}
3. You probably suffer from migraines if your mom and dad both experience similar pain. {True/False}
4. Taking the pill will mask migraines by balancing hormones and improving symptoms. {True/False}
5. Once you are diagnosed, prescription headache drugs can prevent migraine-related health risks. {True/False}

Answers
1. TRUE. Storms and changes in barometric pressure can set off neurological events that lead to migraine pain, found a 2004 study from children’s hospital, Boston. We all must need to follow Sunat-e-Nabvi (saw) in the time of rainy season; yes religious meditation can relax our brain more easily and effectively.
2. FALSE. Although it’s commonly used to diagnose migraines, only about 15 to 20 percent of people actually see a visual aura during attacks.
3. TRUE. Migraines are hereditary: if one parent experiences them, you have about fifty percent chances of getting them, too; with two suffering parents, risk jumps to about 75 percent.
4. FALSE. The birth control pills, which control estrogen levels, can some times improve symptoms, but it often makes migraines worse, especially during inactive weeks, when hormones drop abruptly.
5. FALSE. Although drugs can reduce pain and avert headaches, sufferers should also talk with their doctor about ways to prevent heart attacks. Migraines are associated with a 42 percent increased risk, and they have also been linked to strokes in women.

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